#1
OK, my dads off to america, CDs are much cheaper there and CDs are region free.
my dad cant resist a saving. He'll buy them if theyre cheaper than they would be here.

what should i ask for?

im gonna get some pearl jam (thanks king jeremy) but what other cds do i just NEED?
#3
Fear of a Blank Planet by Porcupine Tree, The Blackening by Machine Head.

By the way, it really depends on what kind of music you like.
#4
o i like pretty much anything, just no dance, rap or overly depressive stuff

i just wanna hear some bands ive not heard
#5
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#6
The Wall - Pink Floyd
Physical Graffiti - Led Zeppelin
Images and Words - Dream Theater
Demon Days - Gorillaz
A Night at the Opera - Queen
Moving Pictures - Rush
Close to the Edge - Yes


Those are must have albums as far as I'm concerned
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#7
GnR - Appetite for Destruction
Chili Peppers - By the Way, BSSM.
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#8
the entire tool discography, some ratm albums, maybe some metallica/megadeth?
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#9
The Wall - Pink Floyd agree
Physical Graffiti - Led Zeppelin agree
Images and Words - Dream Theater not heard, i'll try and get hold of it
Demon Days - Gorillaz better than the older one definateley
A Night at the Opera - Queen pretty damn good
Moving Pictures - Rush again, not heard
Close to the Edge - Yes not heard
#10
alice in chains- dirt

i think its one of the best grunge albums.
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alice in chains- dirt

i think its one of the best grunge albums.


it IS one of the best albums ever heard.

My suggestions would be:
Radiohead-The Bends, Kid A, and OK Computer
Any Opeth album.....
Between the Buried and Me-Colors (a must heard by anyone who appreciates music)
Symphony X-The Odyssey
Pink Floyd-Dark Side of the Moon, The Wall, Wish You Were Here
Dream Theater-Images and Words

I will post more that come to immediate mind since i'm trying to give you a broad range of music except for country and rap
#14
^ you ever heard billys joels "we didnt start the fire"?
start of that sounds like a metal version of the lyric line
#16
Between the Buried and Me - Colors (Album of the year IMO)
Mastodon - Blood Mountain
Isis - Panopticon
Neurosis - Given to the Rising
#17
Megadeth - United Abominations

How much do CDs cost where you live? I live in the US and I wouldn't call CDs cheap.
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#19
^ That's ridiculous! And I thought $15 was crazy...
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#20
in america EVERYTHINGS cheaper than here, it might just be that cds arent as much cheaper so you dont notice them as being that cheap.
#22
Pink Floyd- Animals
Led Zeppelin- Presence
Red Hot Chili Peppers- Freaky Styley
Steely Dan- The Royal Scam
Frank Zappa- Hot Rats
Tool- Lateralus
Pearl Jam- Vs
Alice In Chains- Jar of Flies

You're covered.....
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#23
yeh, it is ridiculous

a good deal here is something thats £12 99 new ($25 98)
or £10 for a relativeley old one ($20)
if your lucky you can get some 2 for £10 offers or £5 offers, and really bad cds are £3 but its pretty rediculous
#25
Radiohead - Amnesiac
Rage Against The Machine - Evil Empire
Rush - Permanent Waves
Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here
Red Hot Chili Peppers - By The Way
#26
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alice in chains- dirt

i think its one of the best grunge albums.


Forgot to add

Blind Faith by Blind Faith

and Meddle by Pink Floyd
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#27
15-Buckcherry (Hard rock lives!)
Libertad-Velvet Revolver (Damn good, very upbeat if you want that kind of thing)
Best of-Atreyu (I'd suggest you research it first, but eh, though I'd throw it in)
Blood Mountain-Mastodon (Great sludge/progressive metal)
Incesticide-Nirvana (don't underestimate this album)
The Pit. The Movie.
#28
My suggestions:

This Type of Thinking (Could Do Us In) - Chevelle
S.C.I.E.N.C.E., Make Yourself, and Morning View - Incubus
Blood Sugar Sex Magik - Red Hot Chili Peppers (yeah, someone's already said this one)
Ten Thousand Fists - Disturbed
Leftoverture and Point of Know Return - Kansas
Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band - The Beatles (if you don't have it already)
Mezmerize/Hypnotize - System of a Down
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#29
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not sure if youll find anything of theirs over there though.

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#30
Any of the Metallica back catalogue

Same for:

Pink Floyd
Led Zeppelin
Rage Against The Machine
Slayer
Nirvana
Soundgarden
At The Drive-In

ummm.........

I'll post any more I think of
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